The term ‘collaborative innovation’ is frequently used in the context of technology or software development, but hardly ever with the Indian hospitality industry. Read on to know more.
2022 will be a crucial year for the Indian hotel sector as it continues its uphill journey on the long road to post-COVID recovery. As we enter the new year, let us look at the top trends that are likely to shape the sector in the year ahead.
The Indian hotel sector once again showed resilience in 2021, navigating through uncertainty, adapting to an ever-changing environment, and persevering through the ups and downs on the rocky path to recovery by building on the lessons learned the year before. Read on to know more.
HVS Monday Musings: Indian City Hotels Need to Strike a Balance Between Leisure and Business Travelers
The pandemic has created a whole new segment of local staycations, and business hotels now have the opportunity to attract this segment even when business travel returns to its peak.
Road development is a key priority for the Indian government and the massive investments planned to upgrade the country's road network augurs well for the tourism and hospitality sectors.
Corporate travel has been picking up momentum, albeit slowly, as in-person meetings are finally back. Read on to know more.
Bend’s strategic location as a drive-to destination in Central Oregon, within driving distance of Crater Lake National Park, Smith Rock State Park, and Deschutes National Forest, made it a bright light during the pandemic and contributed to the local lodging market’s resiliency.
The Indian hotel sector has been regaining ground faster than expected, with performance in the Oct-Dec 2021 quarter expected to be closer to pre-pandemic levels. Read on to know more.
As they recover from the COVID crisis, the tourism and hospitality industries, which are not only victims of the climate disaster but also big emitters and contributors to global warming, have the chance to take up climate action to move toward a greener, more sustainable future.
The Indian hotel sector is reeling under the pressures of rising input costs, which is affecting not only operations but also hotel development plans. Read on to know more.